Buffalo Bills cut ties with interception-prone QB Nathan Peterman

Tanya Simon
November 13, 2018

Barkley, whom the team signed October 31, completed 15 of 25 passes for 232 yards and two touchdowns. Peterman's 32.5 passer rating is the third-lowest among quarterbacks with at least 130 pass attempts since the merger, behind those of McQuilken (17.9) and Scott Bull (24.8). He threw three interceptions, including one that was brought back for a touchdown. All five of those interceptions came in the first half of a debacle against the Los Angeles Chargers after McDermott benched Tyrod Taylor in favor of Peterman.

Former Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman leaves Buffalo as one of the most turnover-prone players in the history of the NFL.

Overall, Peterman made nine appearances and four starts.

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He won the three-man competition for the starting QB job coming out of a preseason where he was remarkably efficient completing more than 80 percent of his passes with three touchdowns and an interception. But he completed just five of his 18 passes for 24 yards and threw two interceptions before he was replaced by rookie Josh Allen in Week 1 against the Ravens.

Bowls led the Jets to a 10-6 record in 2015, his first on New York's sidelines, but it has gone 13-29 since his debut campaign.

Despite opting for Barkley over Peterman in Sunday's game at the Jets, McDermott continued to stand by Peterman earlier Monday.

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